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Budgeting and Planning Best Practices for SEMA Show First-Time Exhibitors

By SEMA Editors

Exhibitor Summit
Featuring trade show experts, including SEMA Trade Show Director Tom Gattuso, the SEMA Show Exhibitor Summit is valuable for all exhibitors, but is especially beneficial to companies with limited trade show experience.

Companies looking to receive the most value from exhibiting at the SEMA Show are encouraged to participate in the 2018 SEMA Show Exhibitor Summit, taking place Monday–Tuesday, June 25–26, in Las Vegas. Exhibitors will learn about the tools and resources needed to plan ahead and take advantage of the Show’s existing value-added programs.

As the most comprehensive and cost-effective way to prepare for the SEMA Show, Summit attendees work with Show experts to enhance their Show investment through in-depth planning, marketing and budgeting.

Cost for the event is intentionally low, with hotels, meals and workshops covered by SEMA. The only expense that attendees will incur is transportation to and from the event. Simply put: You get to Vegas, we’ll do the rest!

Exhibitors will also learn how to minimize costs on services such as material handling and electrical, and take advantage of promotional and sponsorship opportunities.

The event’s trade-show experts, including SEMA Trade Shows Director Tom Gattuso, highlight value-added programs and proven strategies for attracting buyers and increasing business at the Show.

For additional information about the SEMA Show Exhibitor Summit, visit www.SEMAShow.com/exhibitor-summit. To learn more about the 2018 SEMA Show, visit www.SEMAShow.com.

The 2018 SEMA Show takes place Tuesday–Friday, October 30–November 2, in Las Vegas.